Magdalene Green to promote local agriculture throughout 2017 – 2018 reign
Hagerstown, Md. (July 6, 2016) – The Washington County Office of Agricultural Business Development and the Washington County Farm Bureau is pleased to announce Magdalene Green as the 2017 Miss Washington County Farm Bureau.
Green is the 18-year-old daughter of Roy and Dosha Green of Hagerstown. Green is a 2017 graduate of Clear Spring High School (CSHS) where she simultaneously attended the Clear Spring Agriculture Academy and Hagerstown Community College (HCC). As a student at CSHS, Green is also a Future Farmers of America alumnus, holding Greenhand and Chapter degrees with all the necessary qualifications to gain State degree. Green is majoring in Biology at HCC and hopes to attend West Virginia University with plans to major in Pre-Veterinary Medicine.
As an active member of 4-H, Green has served in a variety of capacities. Currently, she is a Maryland 4-H State Council Member and the 4-H Dairy Goat club president. Previously she was the Teen leader at 4-H day camp, the 2015 Ag Expo and Fair Princess and the 2016-17 Ag Expo and Fair Queen.
Green is also an award-winning showman for handling La Mancha goats and rabbits. She also established a leasing program through her family farm, Rock Break Farms, for 4-Her’s to lease dairy goats.
During her year of service, Green will attend local events and visit elementary schools to promote the Farm Bureau, local agriculture, natural resources and the environment. To schedule an appearance with Green during her 2017 – 2018 reign, please contact: Brooks Long, Washington County Farm Bureau president at 301-991-8926 or email@example.com or Ellen Matheny, Membership Committee at 301-582-4354 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Green will travel to Timonium, Maryland August 7 – 9 to represent Washington County at the Maryland State Fair competition and compete at the Maryland State Fair on August 24 – 25.